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Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

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Lectures 2021/22

Engineering

> Master Thesis Project UE
Software Design and Engineering more

Master Thesis Project UE

Lector: DI Dr. techn. Mugdim Bublin, Leon Freudenthaler, BSc MSc, FH-Prof. FH-Hon.Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. DI. DI. Dr.techn. Karl Michael Göschka, DI Jochen Hense, MBA, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Heimo Hirner, FH-Prof. DI Dr. Igor Miladinovic, Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Wolfgang Radinger-Peer, MBA, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl, MSc BSc, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

2SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Students work individually or in small groups on projects related to software design and software engineering technologies and applications in the context of university R&D activities or within the scope of their individual professional activities. These projects are the practice-relevant basis for the master theses.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Project progress, proof of function, project presentation

Language

German-English

> Operating Systems ILV
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Operating Systems ILV

Lector: Dr. Loay Alzubaidi, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Basic concepts of operating systems are presented. The lecture explains how processes and threads interact in an operating system. For the practical application of the theoretical concepts, the exercises are provided, which mainly use Linux operating systems. The concepts are illustrated by means of programming examples. Deadlocks are identified and resolved. The operating systems are used in a virtual environment.
In particular the lecture covers the following contents:
- Processes and threads
- Memory management
- Deadlocks, Livelocks, Monitor, Semaphore
- File systems
- Input and output
- Virtualisation
- IT-Security
- Unix, Linux
- Windows

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Students' presentations, exercises, lecture presentation

Language

German

> Networking Technologies 1 ILV
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Networking Technologies 1 ILV

Lector: Ing. Stefan Schmitzhofer, BSc, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc, Joyce Flynt Visne, B.Mus., BSc, MSc

2SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

Networks are important foundations for communication and for computer science. Whether one is working at a hardware level with embedded systems, on a user interface with web applications, or at a level in between with middleware, the network is an integral part of the work, the system, and the product, and a good understanding of how a network works and of its protocols is important. In this course, students will explore the lowest layers of networks and learn how they work.
The course covers the following topics:
- Network protocols, models and layers (TCP/IP, OSI)
- Overview of L1
- Detailed insight into L2 tasks and functions
- Ethernet
- L2 switching, Spanning Tree Protocol, VLANs
- Physical and logical addressing
- ARP, IP, ICMP
- Configuration of switches, VLANs
- Observation of STP
- Protocol analysis at L2 and L3

Assessment methods

Final exam
Work done in teams; final exam

Teaching methods

Hands-on exercises with network devices, a protocol analyzer, simulations; Cisco Networking Academy online learning platform; lectures.

Language

English

> Network Applications ILV
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Network Applications ILV

Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Heimo Hirner, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Digital networks and the applications based on them dominate all business processes and also private areas of life today. The protocols of the transport and application layers of the IP protocol stack form the basis for these network applications. User acceptance and thus the success of a network application is essentially determined by its scalability and performance, in addition to its usability. The chosen protocols and the architecture of a network application are decisive for this.
The course covers the following contents in particular:
- Basic concepts of network applications
- Server-client, peer-to-peer and mixed architectures for network applications
- Selected protocols of the transport and application layer
- Implementation of network services (web, email, FTP)
- Use of defacto industry standard applications for network services
- Development of network applications

Assessment methods

Final exam
Theoretical exam
Practical exam (Individual work)

Teaching methods

Lecture, practical exercises, distance learning tasks

Language

English

> Bachelor Thesis 1 SE
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Bachelor Thesis 1 SE

Lector: DI Dr. techn. Mugdim Bublin, FH-Prof. DI Thomas Fischer, Leon Freudenthaler, BSc MSc, FH-Prof. FH-Hon.Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. DI. DI. Dr.techn. Karl Michael Göschka, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Heimo Hirner, FH-Prof. DI Dr. Igor Miladinovic, Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Wolfgang Radinger-Peer, MBA, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl, MSc BSc, Silvia Schmidt, BSc MSc, Dr. Christian Steineder, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

1SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

- Independent work on a topic from the area of Computer Science, primarily based on the technical topics of the elective modules in the 4th and 5th semesters at a scientific level under the guidance of a supervisor.
- Elaboration of the bachelor thesis 1

Assessment methods

Final exam
Approbation of bachelor thesis

Teaching methods

Implementation of a project and elaboration as a bachelor thesis with coaching. Students present the current development of their bachelor thesis 1 at regular intervals and put it up for discussion.

Language

German

> Elective Project 2 UE
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Elective Project 2 UE

Lector: DI Dr. techn. Mugdim Bublin, FH-Prof. DI Thomas Fischer, Leon Freudenthaler, BSc MSc, FH-Prof. FH-Hon.Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. DI. DI. Dr.techn. Karl Michael Göschka, FH-Prof. DI Dr. Igor Miladinovic, Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Wolfgang Radinger-Peer, MBA, Silvia Schmidt, BSc MSc, Dr. Christian Steineder, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

2SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

Students apply the skills acquired to complete a project in a coordinated and structured manner.
project in a coordinated and structured manner. In doing so, they independently define a concrete sub-goal in the project. A well-founded theoretical approach is thus combined with practical application. Collaboration on an industrial R&D project or on current problems within the framework of the R&D activities of the UAS is possible.

Assessment methods

Final exam
Practical project in small groups.

Teaching methods

Group work, practical project implementation accompanied with exercises and coaching.

Language

German

> Operating Systems ILV
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Operating Systems ILV

Lector: Dr. Loay Alzubaidi, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Basic concepts of operating systems are presented. The lecture explains how processes and threads interact in an operating system. For the practical application of the theoretical concepts, the exercises are provided, which mainly use Linux operating systems. The concepts are illustrated by means of programming examples. Deadlocks are identified and resolved. The operating systems are used in a virtual environment.
In particular the lecture covers the following contents:
- Processes and threads
- Memory management
- Deadlocks, Livelocks, Monitor, Semaphore
- File systems
- Input and output
- Virtualisation
- IT-Security
- Unix, Linux
- Windows

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Students' presentations, exercises, lecture presentation

Language

German

> Network Applications ILV
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Network Applications ILV

Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Heimo Hirner, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Digital networks and the applications based on them dominate all business processes and also private areas of life today. The protocols of the transport and application layers of the IP protocol stack form the basis for these network applications. User acceptance and thus the success of a network application is essentially determined by its scalability and performance, in addition to its usability. The chosen protocols and the architecture of a network application are decisive for this.
The course covers the following contents in particular:
- Basic concepts of network applications
- Server-client, peer-to-peer and mixed architectures for network applications
- Selected protocols of the transport and application layer
- Implementation of network services (web, email, DNS, firewall)
- Deployment of defacto industry standard applications for network services
- Implementation of network applications

Assessment methods

Final exam
Practical examination and theoretical examination.

Teaching methods

Lecture, practical exercises, distance learning tasks

Language

English

> Bachelor Thesis 1 SE
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Bachelor Thesis 1 SE

Lector: DI Dr. techn. Mugdim Bublin, FH-Prof. DI Thomas Fischer, Leon Freudenthaler, BSc MSc, FH-Prof. FH-Hon.Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. DI. DI. Dr.techn. Karl Michael Göschka, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Heimo Hirner, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl, MSc BSc, Silvia Schmidt, BSc MSc, Dr. Christian Steineder, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc, Sebastian Ukleja, BSc

1SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

- Independent work on a topic from the area of Computer Science, primarily based on the technical topics of the elective modules in the 4th and 5th semesters at a scientific level under the guidance of a supervisor.
- Elaboration of the bachelor thesis 1

Assessment methods

Final exam
Approbation of bachelor thesis

Teaching methods

Implementation of a project and elaboration as a bachelor thesis with coaching. Students present the current development of their bachelor thesis 1 at regular intervals and put it up for discussion.

Language

German

> Elective Project 2 UE
Computer Science and Digital Communications more

Elective Project 2 UE

Lector: DI Dr. techn. Mugdim Bublin, Leon Freudenthaler, BSc MSc, FH-Prof. FH-Hon.Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. DI. DI. Dr.techn. Karl Michael Göschka, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Heimo Hirner, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl, MSc BSc, Silvia Schmidt, BSc MSc, Dr. Christian Steineder, Bernhard Taufner, BSc, MSc, Sebastian Ukleja, BSc

2SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

Students apply the skills acquired to complete a project in a coordinated and structured manner.
project in a coordinated and structured manner. In doing so, they independently define a concrete sub-goal in the project. A well-founded theoretical approach is thus combined with practical application. Collaboration on an industrial R&D project or on current problems within the framework of the R&D activities of the UAS is possible.

Assessment methods

Final exam
Practical project in small groups.

Teaching methods

Group work, practical project implementation accompanied with exercises and coaching.

Language

German

Publications

The publications of Bernhard Taufner written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.